Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Roughly five jillion monkeys and a mangabey selfie


For today's #DailyZoo: monkeys!

User 'devilstower' found a great clip of "roughly five jillion monkeys" travelling on the canopy floor and 'Boleyn' found this very sweet young mangabey front and center in front of one of our cameras and hashtagged it #selfie.

See the giant group of mangabeys here: http://talk.chimpandsee.org/#/subjects/ACP00023cf
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and the selfie here: http://talk.chimpandsee.org/#/subjects/ACP00030us
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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

West African Chimpanzees Honey & Sugar cracking some nuts



Today's #DailyZoo video is of a chimpanzee mother cracking some nuts in West Africa and her infant watching her (and eating a few himself). Chimp&See users have named the mom Honey and the infant Sugar (who we think is a male) after identifying them in separate video sequences!

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The super sweet video can be seen here: http://talk.chimpandsee.org/#/subjects/ACP0002wbj and the whole series of videos of Honey & Sugar can be seen here: http://talk.chimpandsee.org/#/collections/CCPL00003i

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Red River Hogs & Piglets

Citizen Scientist "yshish" tagged this video for ‪#‎dailyzoo‬. It's a great one with lots of red river hogs and some red river piglets!

and remember, when you find really great videos on chimp&see make sure to tag them with #dailyzoo. we will feature these great clips weekly!
Go here to participate: http://www.chimpandsee.org/#/classify
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Friday, May 8, 2015

West African Leopard


Each week we will highlight some of the great clips from Chimp&See - Today, some really nice leopard footage from West Africa!

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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Chimp&See was featured on Science Update today!


"A new citizen science project called “Chimp & See” needs volunteers to watch video clips of wild chimpanzees in habitats across Africa, and document what the animals are up to." Listen to the podcast and read more here from Science Update


A still image from a remote camera trap shows a chimpanzee cracking nuts with a stone.